Police have started a new search 30 miles from the forest and discovered Sarah Everard’s body.
Officials have blocked a path near a creek in Sandwich, Kent as part of their ongoing investigation into the 33-year-old’s death.
They have also set up a base in the city center, according to Kent Online.
The local council confirmed the trail had been blocked “in connection with an ongoing investigation into the murder of Sarah Everard.”
The police have not commented on the new investigation.
The officers arrived at the scene of the crime at around 1 p.m. on Sunday (March 14).
The council’s statement said: “Sandwich City Council is in contact with Kent Police on behalf of the Metropolitan Police in connection with an ongoing investigation into the murder of Sarah Everard.
“The police have asked that residents not gather for information or details.
“The police cordoned off the Rope Walk between Malcolm Waites Garage / Cow Leas Meadow all the way through town.”
Sarah Everard went missing on March 3 when she went home.
Her body was found on March 10th in a wood in Ashford, Kent.
A police officer serving in the metropolis was charged with her kidnapping and murder.